The ensemble-in-residence at the Juilliard School, American Brass Chamber Music Association tours domestically and internationally.
New York City's Period Instrument Orchestra
The American Classical Orchestra celebrates classical music performance on authentic instruments, specializing in repertoire from the 17th to 19th centuries.
Founded in 1977, American Composers Orchestra is the only orchestra in the world dedicated to the creation, performance, and preservation of music by American composers. Through concerts at Carnegie Hall and other venues, recordings, educational programs, New Music Readings, and commissions, ACO identifies today‚ brightest emerging composers, champions prominent established composers as well as those lesser-known, and increases awareness of the infinite variety of American orchestral music.
The American Dance Guild is dedicated to supporting artists and bringing the dance community together. Each year it holds an annual festival in New York City with work by 30-40 choreographers from around the globe. Each festival honors two master choreographers from the past and include performances of their work along with emerging choreographers.
AmDoc's signature series, P.O.V., combines provocative, real-life storytelling with innovative models that experiment with the role that media arts can play in public life.
Having sold its building on West 53rd Street to the Museum of Modern Art , the museum remains open at Lincoln Square. It celebrates the artistic accomplishments of mostly self-taught artists. The collection spans three centuries of American visual expression, from quilts to contemporary sculpture.
American Globe Theatre (AGT) is committed to making Shakespeare's work accessible to today's audiences through an historically-based method called First Folio. The two components to its programming are mainstage productions and Shakespeare for Schools (SFS) arts education.
Founded in 1987, American Indian Artists Inc. (AMERINDA) serves Native artists in New York City and the surrounding northeast region. AMERINDA promotes the indigenous perspective in the arts to a broad audience through its public programs and services to individuals artists.
The AICH serves the 35,000 Native Americans in New York in the areas of the arts, job training, substance-abuse counseling, health services and youth activities. It also works to promote a broader understanding of American Indian history and culture.